In 2013, the most used energy source in new power installations in the US was natural gas, coming in at a hefty 51.2% of new capacity.
Right behind it? Solar energy with 20.7% of new capacity. That’s a solid increase from around 7% in the year before.
The ExodusPoint Partners International Fund returned 0.36% for May, bringing its year-to-date return to 3.31% in a year that's been particularly challenging for most hedge funds, pushing many into the red. Macroeconomic factors continued to weigh on the market, resulting in significant intra-month volatility for May, although risk assets generally ended the month flat. Macro Read More
The Growth in Residential Solar Energy
Infographic source: Clean Technica